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Jerry Bruckheimer is confident that "The Lone Ranger" star Armie Hammer is going to find huge success in Hollywood.
Bruckheimer, whose company produced "The Lone Ranger," talked to George Pennacchio of KABC Television, OTRC.com's parent company, recently about the film as well as Hammer's future.
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Armie Hammer plays the masked title hero on Disney's new film "The Lone Ranger" and got to act alongside Johnny Depp, perform several of his own stunts, learn how to be a cowboy and ... sweat. A lot.
In the Disney film, which hit theaters on July 3, Hammer plays John Reid, a man of the law, who teams up with the American Indian warrior Tonto, portrayed by Depp, in order to bring to justice people who destroyed the villages of his tribe. The movie is the latest adaptation of a classic story brought to life in radio, TV and comic books. Check out 5 questions answered by Armie Hammer.
The first image from its new film "The Lone Ranger," which stars Armie Hammer as the masked hero and Johnny Depp as his "spirit warrior" sidekick, Tonto, has been released by its distributor, the Walt Disney Company.
In the photo, Depp, 48, sports war paint, a bandana, a beaded choker, feathers and what appears to be a crow on top of his head. He he looks, unsmiling, at Hammer, 25, who is wearing his Lone Ranger outfit, complete with a cowboy hat and mask, and is staring ahead into the distance.